Photoshop Topics

Photoshop Topics, with special guest instructor, Hannah O. Nelson

In this workshop we will learn how to scan 2D source material and retouch, manipulate and transform them in Adobe Photoshop. We will learn tools to use the scanner as a camera, restore old photographs, digitize drawings, retouch portraits, and heavily alter objects in an image.

Translating Sketches to 3D Models

Join us for “Translating Sketches to 3D Models” workshop, Feb. 22, 430p. Visualize and define your conceptual hand-drawn sketches into precise and spatial 3D models in Rhino. Bring a sketch for an object or space that you have been planning to make or understand in 3D. And please welcome our guest instructor, Benas Burdulis. To register:

Creative Sounds Workshop Feb 15 430p

Join us for a Creative Sounds workshop, with special guest, James Burger. We’ll record sounds from instruments and non-instruments, edit these sounds along with other recorded sounds in Adobe Premiere to create a soundscape. Workshop will be held in the Black Family Visual Arts Center, Digital Lab, room 109. Open to All.

James T. Burger has an extensive background in the fields of music, film, and television.  As a producer, songwriter, and versatile musician both live and in the studio, he also has composed and performed soundtracks for film, video, choreography, and meditation.  At Dartmouth, from 2001 to 2012, James was the manager of HR communications and was the creator/producer of ArtWorks, an annual employee arts festival.
For more information, including sound, design, and language samples, please visit his Web site at

Audio with Premiere Pro & Audition Adobe Illustrator Tue Feb 13

Join us today, Feb 13, in the DigiLab for an Audio with Premiere Pro and Audition
workshop. We’ll explore audio workflow, including gain adjustment at the clip
level, clip keyframes, effects, and more. It will be held in the Black Family
Visual Arts Center, Room 109, 430p-6p. Open to All. Upcoming:  Creative Sounds
with James Burger), Feb 15.
To register: